phonotypy

[foh-nuh-tahy-pee]

Origin of phonotypy

First recorded in 1875–80; phonotype + -y3
Related formspho·no·typ·ist, pho·no·typ·er, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for phonotypy

phonotypy

noun
  1. the transcription of speech into phonetic symbols
Derived Formsphonotypist or phonotyper, noun
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